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June 16th, 2008 @10:08 am  

I’ve bought several of your graphics packages and find them very useful. Thank you also for you emails with brief tutorials. My question: In PhotoShop (I presume) please tell me how to make a drop shadow that ‘falls away’ as for example, your boxes above. The standard photoshop ‘drop shadow’ tool seems rather limited in what I can do with it. I’m using version 7. Is there a later version that has a more robust drop shadow tool? Or, is there a technique for making it do more than the obvious?

June 16th, 2008 @10:31 am  

That was interesting.

I understand you are teaching design concepts where would you send somebody that wants to learn more about using Photoshop?

Yes, I would like to see more.


June 16th, 2008 @12:13 pm  

Hello again Aurelius,

Thanks for another short , simple and yet very informative
tutorial. Each video of yours I watch, I catch at least one
more thing that I wanted to know how to do but never have the
time to investigate to learn.

The only drawback to your videos is that they are to far apart…

I need my “Graphics How To” fix more often :-)

Thanks so much for these videos.

Steve Dougherty

June 16th, 2008 @2:19 pm  


Thanks for the tips and keep them coming. I have purchased a couple of your products they are very affordable. I made this header for my site with a knockoff program (I can’t afford Adobe at this time) Where is the best place to get royalty free photos for header backgrounds? I want to make some killer header graphics.


June 16th, 2008 @2:44 pm  

This was a simple yet very helpful video tutorial.
You should make more, more often.
Maybe a little more advanced.


Jose Delgado

June 16th, 2008 @8:12 pm  

I in joy your Informative Tutorial. do you have a package that show you how to do a lot of the Informative Tutorial of Photoshop?
And when I play Photoshop tutor videos. Icannot keep up whenever they use the pointer that my biggest complaint with Photoshop videos.

thank you for your videos


August 14th, 2008 @2:21 pm  


Thanks for the video. I have one question. I noticed that in the video you are using a text palette. When I open PS2, I don’t have a text palette showing. How do I add the text palette to my presets?

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